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    Try a tracert to an external site when the networks are connected and when they're not. Compare the results, this should give you an indication as to what's happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinnantonnixx View Post
    Try a tracert to an external site when the networks are connected and when they're not. Compare the results, this should give you an indication as to what's happening.
    Hi,

    We've run the tracert as suggested and they both come back with the same result and both seem ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iain.Faulkner View Post
    Hi,

    We've run the tracert as suggested and they both come back with the same result and both seem ok
    Is the proxy itself using something on the old network (try a 'route print' from the proxy)

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    Ok, so we went right back to the drawing board with this.

    We separated the two networks again, and completely took apart the old/existing network shutting down all the old servers and sorting out our existing core switch. We restarted the old network and tested that everything was working.....which it was.

    So we reconnected the two networks....and everything remained working, and now we could get internet access on the new network as well. Very bizarre, and I still think it must have been DNS related, but at least it's all working and we can now make some serious progress!

    Thanks again for all the replies.

    Iain

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    Have you got a switch loop and the interface which goes to your internet is dropping off because the port is detecting a loop ?

    What switches have you got ?



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